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The Polish National Youth Choir is an artistic and educational project for choristers aged 18-26: students of vocal faculties of music schools and conservatoires, as well as the best singers of Polish choirs. It was established in 2013 by Bogdan Zdrojewski, Minister of Culture and National Heritage, as an independent training project. Since 2015, it has been part of the Choral Academy project. It is financed by the Minister of Culture and National Heritage and is run by the National Forum of Music. The idea for this project arose from the need to fill the gap between education at vocal departments, focused on graduates' solo competences, and education in the fields of conducting ensembles and choral singing, mainly in the context of work with amateur choirs.

In order to give a student of the vocal faculty who loves singing a chance to taste choral singing, and to make choirs realize how important it is to educate their voice in establishing a good choir, the Polish National Youth Choir was founded. Its target group is still so open to new experiences and at the same time flexible that, with consciously designed training, it is ready for an effective combination of vocal competences and ensemble singing. From the very beginning, all these activities serve to raise the level of vocational choral singing in Poland by reducing the differences between training singers and training choristers. Each edition of PNChM includes two sessions (lasting from seven to ten days) devoted to a specific topic. The sessions include quartet, sectional and tutti rehearsals, as well as tutorials, lectures and workshops, which are conducted by specialists. All these activities are crowned with a concert during which young people can present the effects of their work. One of the educational sessions is always devoted to a cappella music, and the other – to work on a choral piece prepared with a professional orchestra. A characteristic feature of the project is inviting other guest conductors and singing teachers from Poland and abroad to cooperate with each other.

Thanks to this, young people work with the greatest authorities on music. During each edition, young people also take part in concert projects. In this way, they use the knowledge gained during PNChM sessions in practice and learn to prepare themselves for a concert, and thus test themselves in the professional music world. A major advantage of the project is also its nationwide scope – both when it comes to recruiting young artists and choosing places for concerts and sessions.
 

Previous editions

First Educational Session, March 8–12, Wrocław

• Conductor: Maciej Tworek
• Workshops:
psychological – Joanna Misiek-Zbierska
theatre improvisation – Piotr Zdebski
• Lecture: Krzysztof Penderecki and his music – Maciej Tworek
• Tutorials: Ewa Biegas, Urszula Kryger, Nicholas Mulroy, Bogdan Makal
• The work prepared during the session: K. Penderecki Symphony No. 7 "Seven Gates of Jerusalem" for 5 soloists, actor, 3 mixed choirs and orchestra
The concert did not take place due to the covid-19 pandemic.

First Educational Session
April 7–12, Gorzów Wielkopolski

• Psychological workshops – Dawid Stanik
• Lecture "Missa pro defunctis" with emphasis on the "Requiem" by Giuseppe Verdi – Magdalena Łoś-Komarnicka
• Tutorials: Joanna Zawartko-Kołodziej, Elizabeth Irvine, Robert Nakoneczny, Fulvio Bettini
• Oratorio concert
April 12, 2019, Artistic Education Centre - Gorzów Philharmonic, Gorzów Wielkopolski
Performers:
Jacek Kraszewski – conductor
Ewa Vesin – soprano
Bernadetta Grabias – mezzo-soprano
Tomasz Kuk – tenor
Wojciech Gierlach – bass
Polish National Youth Choir
Agnieszka Franków-Żelazny – preparation of the choir
Gorzów Philharmonic Orchestra
Programme:
G. Verdi Messa da Requiem

Second Educational Session July 12–21, Katowice

• Conductors: Bob Chilcott, Agnieszka Franków-Żelazny
• Dance workshops – Ada Pankowska-Michalczyk
• Lecture Basic elements of vocal technique – Agnieszka Franków-Żelazny
• Tutorials: Joanna Zawartko-Kołodziej, Elizabeth Irvine, James Gilchrist, Fulvio Bettini
• Concert with a cappella music
19.07. 2019, Sanctuary of Our Lady of Częstochowa at Jasna Góra, Częstochowa
July 20, 2019, Salt Mine in Wieliczka
July 21,2019, Benedictine Abbey, Tyniec
Performers:
Bob Chilcott, Agnieszka Franków-Żelazny * – conductors
Polish National Youth Choir
Programme:
U. Prauliņš Missa Rigensis *
H.M. Górecki's Totus Tuus op. 60 *
B. Chilcott Nova! Nova!, Thou, My Love, Art Fair, Marriage to My Lady Poverty
B. Britten Hymn to St Cecilia Op. 27
W. Albright Chichester Mass

Concert Session, November 6-12, 2019

• Concert as during the Silesian Days of Contemporary Music
November 9, 2019, NOSPR concert hall, Katowice
Performers:
Alexander Liebreich – conductor
Mary Bevan – soprano
NFM Choir
Polish National Youth Choir
Agnieszka Franków-Żelazny – preparation of the choirs
Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra
Programme: R. Panufnik Faithful Journey – Mass for Poland (premiere)
• Concert of the project "100 out of 100. Musical decades of freedom"
November 11, 2019, NOSPR concert hall, Katowice
Performers:
Michał Klauza – conductor
Agnieszka Franków-Żelazny – conductor *
Iwona Hossa – soprano
Ewa Wolak – alto
Łukasz Załęski – tenor
Wojciech Gierlach – bass
NFM Choir
Polish National Youth Choir
Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra
Marcin Majchrowski – host
Programme:
W. Kilar Bogurodzica
H.M. Górecki Totus Tuus *
W. Kilar Te Deum


First Concert Session
March 25–29, 2018, Katowice

Oratorio concert during the 22nd Ludwig van Beethoven Easter Festival
March 29, 2018, National Philharmonic, Warsaw
Performers:
Leonard Slatkin – conductor
Martina Janková – soprano
Bernarda Fink – mezzo-soprano
Choir of the National Forum of Music
Polish National Youth Choir
Agnieszka Franków-Żelazny – preparation of the choirs
Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra
Programme:
G. Mahler Symphony No. 2 in C minor "Resurrection"


Second Concert Session
April 3–11, 2018

• Oratorio concerts
April 6, 2018, Kölner Philharmonie, Cologne
April 8, 2018, National Forum of Music, Wrocław
April 10, 2018, Berlin Philharmonie  
Performers:
Thomas Neuhoff – conductor
Daniel Spaw – conductor
Banu Böke – soprano
James Gilchrist – tenor
Erik Sohn – baritone
Chor des Bach-Vereins Köln
Les Pastoureaux Petits-Chanteurs de Waterloo
Jugendchor der Lucasrche Bonn
Coventry Cathedral Girls' Choir
Polish National Youth Choir
Agnieszka Franków-Żelazny – preparation of the choirs
Members of the Orchester Français des Jeunes Bundesjugendorchester
Programme:
B. Britten War Requiem Op. 66

First Educational Session
July 6–16, 2018, Lublin

• Conductors: Bartosz Michałowski, Agnieszka Franków-Żelazny
• Acting workshops – Marcin Misiura
• Tutorials: Ewa Biegas, Agnieszka Zwierko, Adam Zdunikowski, Bogdan Makal
• Concerts with a cappella music (new work)
July 13, 2018, District Museum, Sandomierz
July 14, 2018, Concert Hall of the Radom Chamber Orchestra, Radom
July 15, 2018, Lublin Museum
Performers:
Bartosz Michałowski, Agnieszka Franków-Żelazny * – conductors
Polish National Youth Choir
Programme:
Ł. Urbaniak Cantus
M. Malec I Heard You Singing
M. Raczyński I would like to sing to you
Ł. Farcinkiewicz Canticum Novum *
A. Rocławska-Musiałczyk ... a touch of the moment ... *
Z. Falkowska Singinʼ *
M. Ziółkowski He goes to the fields, he goes to the forests
S. Godziemba-Trytek Sonnet VIII
S. Szymanski Sing
K. Danel I Donʼt Sing ... *
A. Chmielewska The Singers *
J. Krutul Let Your Singing Transcend the Borders *


 

First Educational Session, February 24 - March 2, Katowice

• Conductor –- Paul McCreesh
• Psychological workshops: Me and the ensemble. Basics of good communication and personal responsibility for the atmosphere and results in the group – Joanna Misiek-Zbierska
• Lectures: Catholic and Romantic Eschatology. Edward Elgar, John Henry Newman and the oratorio Dream of Gerontius – Bartłomiej Barwinek
British pronunciation rules for Poles – Natalia Stawicka
• Tutorials: Marta Brzezińska, Ewa Marciniec, Robert Nakoneczny, Jarosław Bręk
• Oratorio concert:
February 2, 2017, NOSPR concert hall, Katowice
Performers:
Paul McCreesh – conductor
Choir of the National Forum of Music
Polish National Youth Choir
Agnieszka Franków-Żelazny – preparation of the choirs
Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra
Programme:
E. Elgar Dream of Gerontius

Second Educational Session
August 26 – September 3, Tarnowo Podgórne

• Conductors: Marcin Tomczak, Agnieszka Franków-Żelazny
• Theatre workshops: Where is the emotion? – Roberto Skolmowski
• Lecture: In the circle of old French songs about the Knight with the Swan and Gotfryd de Bouillon – Bogusław Bednarek
• Tutorials: Marta Brzezińska, Ewa Marciniec, Robert Nakoneczny, Henryk Bohm
• Concerts with a cappella choral music The Seasons:
September 1, 2017, Zielona Góra Philharmonic
September 2, 2017, Gorzów Philharmonic, Gorzów Wielkopolski
September 3, 2017, auditorium of the Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań
Performers:
Marcin Tomczak, Agnieszka Franków-Żelazny * – conductors
Polish National Youth Choir
Programme:
Introduction
F. Woźniak The word of Copernicus
J. Świder The Seasons *
Spring
B. Britten The Evening Primrose *
L. Bernstein Spring Song
S. Díaz Alma Llanera
Summer
F.G. Calalang Jr Ayug Ti Amianan
M. Moreno Buendía Por el Mar.
E. Elgar As Torrents in Summer *
J. Maklakiewicz Two winds *
N. Lindberg Shall I Compare Thee *
E. Elgar Love’s Tempest *
Autumn
J. Świder Autumn
S. Taylor Coleridg Summer Is Gone
S. Taneyev Posmotri kakaja mgla
J. Brahms Im Herbst
G. Bardos A Shel
J. Jančevskis Outflow *
Winter
J. Sykulski There is ice on Prosna *
H. Alfvén Aftonen
E. Ešenvalds Northern lights *
W. Shebalin Zimnaya doroga
C. Debussy Yver! *
J. Wasowski Na całej połaci śnieg (arr. A. Borzym) *



First Educational Session
April 24 - May 2, Olsztyn

• Conductors: Marcin Wawruk, Roger Treece
• Workshops:
Entertainment singing: The vocalist’s guide: genre, style, interpretation, improvisation – Marek Bałata
Circle song – A New Choral Paradigm – Roger Treece
• Tutorials: Marek Bałata, Sissy Handler, Karolina Pasierbska
• Concerts with a cappella choral music
April 29, 2016, S. Moniuszko Academy of Music, Gdańsk
April 30, 2016, Castle Museum, Malbork
May 1, .2016, Philharmonic of Warmia and Mazury, Olsztyn
Performers:
Marcin Wawruk, Roger Treece – conductors
Polish National Youth Choir
Programme:
Choir in less serious music

Second Educational Session
July 10–17, Wrocław

• Conductor: Benjamin Bayl
• Stage workshops: Stage movement in expressing expression in music – Cezary Morawski
• Lectures: Rhetoric as emphasizing meanings in music – Marek Dyżewski
Complete the beauty – ornament as an integral component of the Baroque phrase – Olga Ksenicz
• Tutorials: Anna Mikołajczyk, Ewa Marciniec, Nicholas Mulroy, Derek Welton
• Choral concerts with Baroque opera repertoire:
July 15, 2015, Oratorium Marianum, University of Wrocław
July 16, 2015, Old Theatre, Bolesławiec
July 17, 2015, Spa Theatre, Szczawno-Zdrój
Performers:
Benjamin Bayl – conductor
Instrumentalists of Wrocław Baroque Orchestra
Polish National Youth Choir
Agnieszka Franków-Żelazny – preparation of the choir
Programme:
C. Monteverdi Toccata, Ritornello, Vieni Imeneo, Lasciate i monte, Alcun non sia, Che poiché nembo, Vanne Orfeo felice from Orfeo
G.F. Handel Oh, the Pleasure of the Plains, Wretched Lovers, The Flocks Shall Leave the Mountains, Help, Galatea! Mourn All Ye Muses from Acis and Galatea; Caro! Bella! Più amabile beltà from Giulio Cesare; May No Rash Intruder from Solomon; Consolati, o bella, gentil pastorella from Orlando; Why Dost Thou Thus, Now Love, That Everlasting Boy, Happy, Happy Shall We Be from Semele
H. Purcell Hornpipe, Come Follow Me, See, We Assemble, Thy Revels to Hold, This Love That Has Warmed Us from King Arthur; Sing While We Trip It, Dance of the Followers of Night, If Love's a Sweet Passion, Symphony of the Swans, They Shall Be as Happy as They're Fair from The Fairy Queen

Concert Session, July 18–24, Wrocław

• Concert during Wrocław ECC 2016
Singing Europe project – July 23, 2106, City Stadium, Wrocław
Performers:
Agnieszka Franków-Żelazny – conductor
Choirs invited to the Singing Europe project (27 choirs from Poland and Europe)
Polish National Youth Choir
Singing Europe Symphony Orchestra
Programme:
The most famous European songs (arranged by Ł. Bzowski)

First Educational Session February 22–28, Wrocław

• Conductor: Christoph Poppen
• Acting workshops: Tomasz Sztonyk, Małgorzata Szeptycka
• Lectures:
Genres and aesthetic trends in vocal music of the Romantic period – Ryszard Daniel Golianek
Vocal and instrumental works by Felix Mendelssohn – from an opera failure to the triumph of the 2nd Lobgesang Symphony – Mikołaj Rykowski
• Tutorials: Ewa Vesin, Anna Lubańska, Nicholas Mulroy, Eamonn Dougan
• Participation in the concert of the NFM Choir
Choral contemplations in sacred music, cond. Anna Szostak
• Oratorio concert – February 27, 2015, Wrocław Philharmonic  
Performers:
Christoph Poppen – conductor
Paulina Boreczko – soprano
Natalia Kiczyńska – soprano
Polish National Youth Choir
Agnieszka Franków-Żelazny – choir preparation
Wrocław Philharmonic Orchestra
Programme:
F. Mendelssohn Symphony No. 2 in B flat major “Lobgesang” op. 52

Second Educational Session, August 21–31, Serock

• Conductors: Werner Pfaff, Agnieszka Franków-Żelazny
• Psychological workshops: Building true self-esteem to raise self-awareness and authenticity of stage presentations – Joanna Misiek-Zbierska
• Lectures:
Soul languages. On the synthesis and correspondence of arts in Romanticism – Olaf Krysowski
Romantic kinship – about my fascination with Romantic music – Werner Pfaff
• Tutorials: Ewa Vesin, Anna Lubańska, Nicholas Mulroy, Richard Bannan
• Concerts with a cappella choral music:
August 28, 2015, Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic – European Arts Centre, Białystok
August 29, 2015, Academy of Music, Łódź
August 30, 2015, Museum of the John Paul II Collection, Warsaw
Performers:
Werner Pfaff, Agnieszka Franków-Żelazny * – conductors  
Polish National Youth Choir
Programme:
R. Schuman Im Walde Op. 75 No. 2 from Romanzen und Balladen II
J. Brahms Nachtwache I op. 104 No. 1, Nachtwache II, Op. 104 No.2 from Fünf Gesänge
J. Rheinberger Kyrie from Cantus Missae Op. 109
C. Saint-Saëns Romance du soir Op. 118
E. Elgar Love's Tempest Op. 73 No. 1 from Two Choral Songs
G. Mahler Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen from Rückert-Lieder (arranged by C. Gottwald)
G. Mahler Scheiden und Meiden from Lieder und Gesänge aus der Jugendzeit (arranged by C. Gottwald)
G. Mahler Die zwei blauen Augen from Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen (arranged by C. Gottwald)
A. Bruckner Os justi *
P. Tchesnokov Zastupnice userdnaia *
S. Rachmaninoff Blazhen Muzh *
G. Holst Nunc Dimitis *
F. Nowowiejski Parce Domine *
S. Moniuszko Our Father *
Z. Noskowski Salve Regina *
C. Debussy Dieu! Qu’il la fait bon regerder *
J.I. Paderewski There were tears * (by S. Wiechowicz)
S. Niewiadomski Zosia *

Concert Session September 13–20

• Lecture: My times will come ... Symphonic works by Gustav Mahler – Ryszard Daniel Golianek
• Concert of a cappella music
-September 14, 2015, Shrine of St. Hedwig the Silesian, Trzebnica
• Oratorio concert during the 50th International Festival Wratislavia September 19, 2015, National Forum of Music, Wrocław
Performers:
Jacek Kaspszyk – conductor
Catherine Foster – soprano I
Annalena Persson – soprano II
Paulina Boreczko – soprano III
Maria Forsström – alto I
Agnieszka Rehlis – alto II
Stefan Vinke – tenor
Lauri Vasar – baritone
Nathan Berg – bass
Choir of the National Philharmonic
Choir of the National Forum of Music
Boys’ Choir of the National Forum of Music
Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra
Programme:
G. Mahler Symphony No. 8 “Symphony of a Thousand”

First Educational Session 23–31 March, Lusławice

• Conductors: Jacek Sykulski, Agnieszka Franków-Żelazny
• Dance workshops: Katarzyna Grysko, Piotr Drużny, ballet soloists of the Song and Dance Company "Śląsk"
• Lecture Dancing elements in choral literature inspired by Polish folklore – Jolanta Szybalska-Matczak
• Tutorials: Robert Evans, Joanna Bywater, Tori Longdon, Dominic Ellis-Peckham
• Concerts with a cappella choir music entitled Polish choral music inspired by folklore
– March 28, 2014, Hall of the Music Conservatory Ostava
– March 29, 2014, concert hall of the Faculty of Music of the University of Rzeszów, Rzeszów
– 30/03/2014, concert hall of the Katowice Cultural Centre (now: Katowice City of Gardens), Katowice
Performers:
Jacek Sykulski, Agnieszka Franków-Żelazny * – conductors
Polish National Youth Choir
Programme:
A. Koszewski Three Polish Dances *
J.K. Lasocki I will not have a headache *
P. Maszyński Mazur *
S. Wiechowicz According to this, Jędrzejeczka *
S. Wiechowicz Where did the tulips go? *
R. Twardowski Varmia Suite * (fragments)
J. Łuciuk Three babies *
H. Duczmal Oberek powiślański
T. Baird Oh wasp, wasp
J. Krenz Two songs: Wesoła, Smutna, Blessed Virgin (arr. J. Sykulski) Krakowiaczek (arr. J. Kurczewski) Oh my (arr. J. Sykulski) Red apple (prepared by J. Sykulski) – premiere
M. Grechuta Is it a dog or is it a fiend (arr. J. Sykulski)
J. Sykulski Ice stands on Prosna – premiere

Concert Session June 27 – July 1

• Conductors: Jacek Sykulski, Agnieszka Franków-Żelazny
• Concerts with a cappella music Polish choral music inspired by folklore during the Portuguese Summer Choral Festival
June 28, 2014, Évora
June 29, 2014, Jardim de Belém, Lisbon
June 29, 2014, Mosteiro dos Jerónimos (Monastery of the Hieronymites), Lisbon
June 30, 2014, festival gala concert at the Centro Cultural de Belém, Lisbon Performers:
Jacek Sykulski, Agnieszka Franków-Żelazny * – conductors
Polish National Youth Choir
• Programme:
A. Koszewski Three Polish Dances *
J.K. Lasocki I will not have a headache *
P. Maszyński Mazur * S. Wiechowicz According to this, Jędrzejeczka *
S. Wiechowicz Where did the tulips go? *
R. Twardowski Varmia Suite * (fragments)
J. Łuciuk Three babies *
H. Duczmal Oberek powiślański
T. Baird Oh, wasp, wasp
J. Krenz Two songs: Wesoła, Smutna, Blessed Virgin (arr. J. Sykulski) Krakowiaczek (arr. J. Kurczewski)
Oh my (arr. J. Sykulski)
Red apple (arr. J. Sykulski)
M. Grechuta Is it a dog or is it a fiend (arr. J. Sykulski)
J. Sykulski There is ice on Prosna

II Educational Session August 29 – September 7, Wrocław

• Conductor: Benjamin Shwartz
• Between Word, Body and Voice workshops: Małgorzata Szczerbowska, Anna Krotoska
• Lectures:
“Mater dolorosa” in song and poetry – Marek Dyżewski
He was totally in art. About Karol Szymanowski – Małgorzata Pawłowska
The most important phonetic phenomena of contemporary Polish – Jan Miodek
• Tutorials: Joanna Bywater, Rebecca Lodge, Rafał Bartmiński, Robert Evans
• Concert with a cappella music:
August 31, 2014, Concert Hall of the Academy of Music, Wrocław
Performers:
Benjamin Shwartz – conductor
Polish National Youth Choir
Programme:
Polish choral music inspired by folklore
• Oratorio concert during the 49th International Wratislavia Cantans Festival – September 6, 2014, Cathedral of St. Mary Magdalene, Wrocław
Performers:
Benjamin Shwartz – conductor
Ewa Vesin – soprano
Edyta Kulczak – mezzo-soprano
Rafał Bartmiński – tenor
Jarosław Bręk – baritone
Wrocław Philharmonic Choir
Polish National Youth Choir
Agnieszka Franków-Żelazny – preparation of the choirs
Wrocław Philharmonic Orchestra
Programme:
K. Szymanowski Stabat Mater Op. 53,
Symphony No. 3 Op. 27 “Song of the Night”

First Educational Session August 23 – September 2, Wrocław
• Conductors: Agnieszka Franków-Żelazny, Paul McCreesh
• Lectures:
– Basic elements of voice emission – Agnieszka Franków-Żelazny
– Phonetics of the English language – Bartłomiej Madejski
– Phonetics of the German language – Artur Tworek
– Selecting the repertoire in the context of liturgical requirements – Marta Kierska-Witczak
• Tutorials: Katarzyna Oleś-Blacha, Agnieszka Rehlis, Eamon Dugan, Robert Nakoneczny
• Concerts of a cappella choir music:
– August 30, 2013, University Collegiate Church of St. Anna, Krakow
– August 31, 2013, the Church of St. Anthony of Padua, Poznań
– September 1, 2013, St. Mary Magdalene, Wrocław
Performers:
Agnieszka Franków-Żelazny, Paul McCreesh – conductors
Polish National Youth Choir
Programme:
B. Britten Hymn to the Virgin
K. Penderecki O Gloriosa Virginum
P. Łukaszewski Ave Maria
A. Koszewski Zdrowaś Królewno Wyborna
 M. Łukaszewski De profundis
J. Świder Who Seeks You
 J. Rheinberger Abendlied Op. 69 No. 3
J. Rheinberger Unsere Seele Op. 133 No. 2
F. Mendelssohn Psalm 43: Richte mich, Gott Op. 78 No.2
F. Mendelssohn Mitten wir im Leben Sind Op. 23 No.3
F. Mendelssohn Herr sei gnadig
R. Rodney Bennett A Good Night
M. Jasiński Psalm 100
M. Tippett Five Negro Spirituals from A Child of Our Time:
Steal Away
Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen
Go Down Moses
O, by and by Deep River

2nd Educational Session December 15–20, Kielce
• Conductor: Andrzej Kosendiak
• Tutorials: Katarzyna Oleś-Blacha, Robert Nakoneczny
• Concert – December 19,2013, Kielce Philharmonic
Performers:
Andrzej Kosendiak – conductor
Nicolas Sharratt – tenor
Polish National Youth Choir
Agnieszka Franków-Żelazny – preparation of the Polish National Youth Choir
Boys' Choir of the Wrocław Philharmonic
Małgorzata Split – preparation of the Boys' Choir of the Wrocław Philharmonic
15 school choirs of the Singing Poland programme
Choir of Jan Kochanowski University
Teresa Romańska – preparation of the Choir of Jan Kochanowski University
Kielce Philharmonic Orchestra
Programme:
B. Britten Saint Nicholas - cantata op. 42

Contact

Agnieszka Franków-Żelazny
Agnieszka Franków-Żelazny
Artistic Director of NFM Choir and Artistic Director of Choral Academy
Joanna Brylowska
Joanna Brylowska
Deputy Manager of Education and Outreach Department - Choral Academy
phone: + 48 71 715 98 22
mobile: + 48 727 010 237
Ira Terebenets
Ira Terebenets
Specialist for Choral Projects
phone: +48 71 715 97 14
mobile: + 48 661 519 423
Dorota Małolepsza
Dorota Małolepsza
Specialist for Choral Academy Project
phone: +48 71 715 98 36
mobile: + 48 728 447 024
Wioleta Chodorowska
Wioleta Chodorowska
Choral Academy Officer
phone: + 48 71 715 98 14

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